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  • 25 Sep 2019 6:22 PM | Stephen Tucker (Administrator)

    Following the 2019 AGM on 22nd September the following people have been elected to the APP-HRFG Committee

    • Pamela Chen (Tas) President
    • Justin Bradley (Vic) Vice President
    • Stephen Tucker (Vic) Treasurer
    • Tracy Tibballs (Vic) Secretary
    • Cara Westphal (WA)
    • Clare McGloin (NSW)
    • Georgina Frank (NSW)
    • Julie Nguyen (Qld)
    • Virginia Black (Regional WA)


  • 25 Sep 2019 6:20 PM | Stephen Tucker (Administrator)

    Members Book Now for our upcoming PD Event in Melbourne on 22nd of November from 6pm.

    See the event page for more information.

  • 12 Jun 2018 7:41 AM | Justin Bradley (Administrator)
    Remember wound aware week from 15th to the 21st June. 


    Get your wound aware promotion packs from http://www.woundaware.com.au/

  • 24 Apr 2018 8:17 PM | Anonymous

    PoDFEd is a cross-sectional survey aiming to gather data via a 15 minute survey on the content and method of diabetes related education provided by podiatrists (Monash University ethics approval 12777) 

    To complete the survey, please go to: 

    https://monashmnhs.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eEbjdCkXdPhGFEN

    Principal investigators of this project are: 

    Julia Yuncken mailto:julia.yuncken@monash.edu

    Rene Stowlyn mailto:Rene.stowlyk@monash.edu

    Terry Haines mailto:Terrence.haines@monash.edu

    Cylie Williams mailto:cylie.wiliams@monash.edu

  • 10 Apr 2018 8:48 AM | Stephen Tucker (Administrator)

    Sucrose octasulfate dressing versus control dressing in patients with neuroischaemic diabetic foot ulcers (Explorer): an international, multicentre, double-blind, randomised, controlled trial  

    Implications of all the available evidence

    Sucrose octasulfate dressings could be used in current local treatment and management of neuroischaemic diabetic foot ulcers. In the context of multidisciplinary and complex management of this condition, efficient and safe treatments that are also easy to implement by all health-care professionals are needed. Sucrose octasulfate dressings could be considered as a new standard of care.

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